What does it take to create a vaccine or improve cancer therapies?
By Emma Steer
EMBL instrumentation teams adapting tech to run biological experiments on the synchrotron after its upgrade
By Margaux Phares
EMBL and the European synchrotron ESRF extend their Joint Structural Biology Group
By Isabelle Kling
Working on scientific instruments has taken EMBL alumnus Simon Sheldon to the ends of the Earth
By Edward Dadswell
Establishing a programme of research, development and user services for time-resolved crystallography
By Rosemary Wilson
New Christian Boulin Fellowship: 15 awards of up to €1500 for visitors to EMBL’s Core Facilities.
By Chloe Cross
Flow cytometry: finding needles in haystacks
By Claire Ainsworth
As the Lab turns 40, staff and alumni share 40 things that make EMBL, EMBL
By Adam Gristwood
Surprising protein from a flu-like virus is 10 000th ESRF structure
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